If you love chasing variant covers, Titan Comics has unveiled four new covers for the upcoming Deus Ex #1 written by Alex Irvine, with art by Jon Aggs.

With society still reeling from the Aug Incident – the Illuminati orchestrated event which caused augmented individuals to mindlessly attack their ‘natural’ counterparts – anti-aug sentiment is at an all-time global high. Task Force 29 – an Interpol-funded coalition, created to quash the rising tide of terrorist activity – stands as the world’s main defence against total anarchy.

In the city of Prague, where tension is especially high, the team’s latest recruit, Adam Jensen, readies for his first mission with the unit. But being augmented himself, how will the former SWAT officer handle himself when faced with the grim reality of the mechanical apartheid?

COVER A: CONCEPT DESIGN
ARTIST: YOHANN SCHEPACZ
PREVIEWS CODE: DEC151608

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COVER B: GAME COVER
ARTIST: MICHAËL VERHAAF
RENDERING: VISUAL WORKS
PREVIEWS CODE: DEC151609

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COVER C:
ARTIST: ALEX RONALD
PREVIEWS CODE: DEC151610

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COVER D: BLANK SKETCH
ARTIST: N/A
PREVIEW CODE: DEC151611

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via Titan Comics

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